Stolen car chase prompts search for a man police call an ‘armed and dangerous white supremacist’

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WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah (ABC4 News) — A woman driving a stolen car led police on a chase early Thursday morning, prompting a search for a man known to police as a white supremacist.

According to the Unified Police Department, an officer in an unmarked police vehicle noticed a stolen car and attempted to pull the driver over.  

The suspect led officers on a chase that ended near 3200 West 3500 South in West Valley City where police spiked the stolen vehicle’s tires. Police said the female driver and male passenger fled on foot.

44-year-old James Carter

A containment was setup while K9 officers and police from multiple agencies searched the area for the two suspects. Shortly after, police said the woman was located in the backyard of a home while the male suspect who officers identified as 44-year-od James Carter was not found.

33-year-old Jaclyn Allred

Carter who policed describe as a “white supremacist gang member” is considered armed and dangerous. 

The female suspect, identified as 33-year-old Jaclyn Allred, was arrested for felony fleeing and according to police has an extensive criminal record.

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